Interior Design and Milking Stools

January 2, 2011 | By | 3 Replies More

Francois Chambard always keeps us updated on his new design projects with his firm UM Project! Thanks Fracois! UM Project’s design team is amazing and their work are always evolving and creating something new and exciting. His fabulous Milking Stools are so colorful and have been recently improved with new colors, sleeker finishes, lighter weight and have a more palatable price point! What that is exactly I don’t know (sorry), but you can find out – they are available at ABC Home; and supposedly they have a little surprise when you flip them. Sorry I don’t know that either, but come back to DT, as I promise we’ll get the details from Francois! I’m just so excited about his work, my goal was to get this information up on DT as soon as possible.

Materials: 17″high x 11″ diameter Solid birch, Duotone: Solid color & Natural wood, Matte lacquer finish, Custom colors availble

Photo by Francis Dzikowski/ Esto

Let’s check out some UM Project’s work that was in the September Interior Design series.  The table was manufactured for Ghislaine Viñas’ downtown project and on the magazine’s cover (click here to learn more about Ghislaine Viñas’ awesome work).

Photography Francis Dzikowski/ Esto 2010

Photography Francis Dzikowski/ Esto 2010

Table Materials: Broad White Corian Surface (the above table and chairs have beautiful modern lines)
Corian is more than just counter-tops, Corian can lend itself to imaginative uses, innovative interpretations, and enduring applications.  It can be cut, routed, drilled, sculpted, bent, or worked like a fine wood.  There’s a wide palette of colors now which extends to more than 100, so for you design enthusiasts working on your projects with your designers – remember, if you can envision it, chances are you can create it with Corian.

More than just counter-tops, Corian lends itself to imaginative uses, innovative interpretations, and enduring applications. It can be cut, routed, drilled, sculpted, bent, or worked like a fine wood. The ever-evolving color palette now extends to more than 100 colors. If you can envision it, chances are you can create it with Corian.

Let’s look at a few more products manufactured by UM Project.  The tables were designed by Ghislaine Viñas for her downtown design project and showcased in Interior Design Magazine and he interior  design work following – isn’t this room simply mystical!  Absolutely Wonderful!

Coffee Table Designed by Ghislaine Vinas Interior Design

Photography: Francis Dzikowski/Esto 2010

 

Photography: Eric Laignel 2010

Just a little something I like a lot – UM Project and their vast creative services and design sensibilities!  Click this link to read more about UM Project (an older post we did).  Ciao!



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  1. Raymond Egleston says:

    Please keep these posts coming… Great work thank you… All the best “Desirable Things” in 2011…..

  2. Edo says:

    Great site really enjoyed reading your posts, and this UM Project is fantastic.Looking forward to reading more posts in the future and finding out more about such fresh design ideas and projects.

  3. Edo says:

    Great post really enjoyed it!

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